Nakagami made his MotoGP debut with LCR in 2018 and has remained with the outfit ever since.
His facet of the LCR storage, which is backed by Idemitsu, has been arrange particularly for a Japanese rider, which has provided him job safety.
His place has turn into a bit extra unsure over the previous two seasons as Japanese younger gun Ai Ogura, who races in Moto2 presently with Honda Staff Asia, has been repeatedly linked to an LCR transfer.
Ogura elected to remain in Moto2 for 2023 and can proceed within the class subsequent season, after signing a deal to affix the brand new MT Helmets squad – who will step up from Moto3 to take Pons Racing’s grid slots.
All through Honda’s depressing 2023, Nakagami has been its most constant rider, scoring 35 factors.
In latest weeks, Nakagami’s future with Honda and LCR seemed extra guarantee, with the squad saying on Tuesday morning that it’ll proceed collectively for 2024.
“I am proud to depend on Nakagami for an additional 12 months,” staff boss Lucio Cecchinello stated.
“He is a quick rider who can get good outcomes, and alongside HRC, we imagine it is time to hold pushing, as he is one of the vital skilled guys with this bike.
“We’ll give our greatest to battle for the positions we intention for.”
Takaaki Nakagami, Staff LCR Honda
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Nakagami added: “I really feel LCR is a part of my household, and naturally, I am excited to be with them for an additional season.
“I wish to thank them and HRC for the chance, as I do know we’re a great match. Now it is time to work even more durable to be prepared for the longer term.”
Nakagami will be part of Zarco at LCR subsequent 12 months, who turned down a one-year extension with Ducati at Pramac to pen a two-year manufacturing unit contract with Honda.
A lot of the grid for 2024 is now in place, with solely KTM’s logjam in its bid to discover a place for Pedro Acosta, Gresini’s second seat and Marc Marquez’s remaining resolution on his speedy future with Honda to be sorted.